Exhibitions

Burnie Print Prize 2019

Friday, 22 March 2019 to Sunday, 5 May 2019 | More information ...


The Burnie Print Prize brings the best of contemporary print art to Burnie by print artists from the Oceania region.

Tape Installation - Spring School Holiday Workshop

Tuesday, 2 October 2018 to Wednesday, 3 October 2018 | More information ...


Spring 2018 School Holiday Workshop

Come and join the fun and help to create an exciting outdoor community space.

Primary Kaleidoscope

Saturday, 25 August 2018 to Thursday, 20 September 2018 | More information ...


This exhibition is an annual event presenting work by primary school students developed around a different theme each year.

This year's theme is Black and White Patterning.

ArtRage 2017 Collection

Saturday, 4 August 2018 to Thursday, 20 September 2018 | More information ...

A Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery Travelling Exhibition showcasing the works of young Tasmanian artists from years 11 and 12.

Early Burnie

Saturday, 16 February 2013 | More information ...

Early Burnie is an exhibition exploring Burnie’s beginnings as a privately owned enterprise and following its progress through the 19th century. The exhibition features many of the Burnie Regional Museum’s fascinating and significant objects dating from before 1900.

The Unidentified Project

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Why stop now?! Even though our exhibition Unidentified is over and done with, there are still some names missing from the faces. We will be posting these portraits one at a time on our Facebook Page and continuing the quest to identify their subjects. We will also be giving you all the information and stories we have gathered so far.
So spread the word - “Do you recognise anyone?”

Show and Tell: Young Collectors

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The Burnie Regional Museum has a dedicated display case where young people from around the North West region can showcase their collections! Whether it’s action figures, shells, stamps or something entirely different, the Burnie Regional Museum would love to see it!

Federation Street

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Wander the charming Federation Street and see how ordinary people lived more than 110 years ago. Discover the lifestyles and aspirations of our forebears through rooms that are alive with personal treasures, memorabilia and tools of the trade.